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    Default LMS 3990 110V to 220V

    Hi,

    is there a way to configure the controller to work on 220V if it's originally made for 110V?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: LMS 3990 110V to 220V

    Transformer maybe?

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    Default Re: LMS 3990 110V to 220V

    120/240 60Hz in N.A. now.
    If using an isolation transformer, one side of the secondary has to be referenced to the service Earth GND conductor, this then also becomes the neutral.
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    Default Re: LMS 3990 110V to 220V

    Thank you Jim and Al. Yes, I use it with a transformer already for some time and it is OK.



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